The Power of Diverse Authors and Stories

When I first started reading Anne Leckie’s¬†Ancillary Justice, I commented to a friend that I didn’t like the “linguistic trick” of using “she” for characters the narrator KNEW were male. ¬†The ambiguous gender of the narrator didn’t bother me. And the story was amazingly good, so I stuck with it. As I continued to read,Continue reading “The Power of Diverse Authors and Stories”